There's a sharp difference of opinion over the worth of a particular story between the BBC and Sky News websites.
The lead story on the BBC website is:
Ed Miliband is to unveil a Labour plan to encourage banks to fund 125,000 new homes for first time-buyers in England.
Sky does report that but places it down at 9th place in its running order, and places a somewhat unflattering angle on it:
Labour is planning to use £5bn invested in savers' accounts to build 125,000 new homes over the course of the next parliament.
The other two big stories on the BBC News website are:
Sturgeon denies 'preferring Cameron'SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon denies a newspaper's claim she told a French diplomat she would prefer David Cameron to Ed Miliband as prime minister.
Public 'back tax rises to fund NHS'A majority of people in Britain support tax rises as a way of funding the NHS ahead of cuts to other public services, a poll suggests.
For Sky News, the main stories are:
Sturgeon Denies Secretly Backing Cameron For PMThe SNP leader says claims she told a diplomat Ed Miliband was not "prime minister material" are "100% untrue".
Kenya University Massacre: Five ArrestedThe arrests come as terror group Al Shabaab claims responsibility and vows a "long and gruesome war" on Kenya.
Family Had Concerns Over 'Syria-Bound' BritWaheed Ahmed, 21, is set to be deported along with eight other family members who were stopped by Turkish authorities.
Special Report: On Board IS-Fighting WarshipSky News gets rare access to the USS Carl Vinson - the US vessel leading the fight against Islamic State in the Persian Gulf.